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Joris Meys - 2016-02-08 11:11 - Probabilistic Index Models
On february 15, the current pim package will be renamed pim_old, and the pimdevel package will become the new pim package. It will be kept at 1.9.xxx until stability is confirmed, and will then be pushed to CRAN as 2.0
Martin Pacala - 2016-01-19 18:34 - R-Forge Site Admin
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Ott Toomet - 2015-10-28 16:48 - maxLik: Maximum Likelihood Estimation
This version introduces a new feature, Marquardt (1963) quadratic approximation control for Newton-Raphson related optimizers.
Markus Mayer - 2015-08-13 11:59 - R-Forge Site Admin
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Arne Henningsen - 2015-07-22 08:05 - micEcon: Microeconomic Analysis
The micEcon project has published a style guide for its R code (and that may also be used by other projects / R packages):
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